Use these simple gingerbread pocket chart sentences to help your beginning readers.
This is another free resource for teachers from The Curriculum Corner.
These gingerbread pocket chart sentences can help your students form sentences using beginning reading skills.
We know that teachers finding engaging and free centers is always a win! We hope that these scrambled sentences will be a new meaningful resource you can add to your classroom.
Our scrambled sentences can be an easy to assemble centers for your winter rotations. We used a small amount of color to add interest but left the backgrounds white to help you conserve color ink.
When creating these pocket chart sentences, we suggest printing on heavy card stock and then laminating for durability. Cut apart your resources and they will be ready to use.
We know that your kindergarten students might struggle with keeping the words in the correct spots on your chart. We color coded these sentences for easy sorting. This will also make it easier for students who are using these on the floor instead of with a pocket chart.
To help students who might need support, we have included a picture that fits each sentence. The repetitive nature of the sentences along with the pictures will help your students when forming their sentences.
You can download these free Fall Pocket Chart Sentences here:
If your students find this task too easy, these fall sentence mats might be a good next step:
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